Rogers Pro On-the-Go will expand to Alberta this week, launching in Calgary and Edmonton tomorrow.
The complimentary service allows Rogers customers to order a device online and have it contactlessly delivered to a convenient location, as soon as same day. The service also offers customers one-on-one support and help with device setup if necessary.
“Now more than ever, Albertans rely on their smartphones to stay connected to the outside world and the people that matter most,” said Larry Goerzen, President of Alberta and Prairies Region, Rogers Communications.
The service is through a partnership with Enjoy, an American-based company started by Apple’s former retail chief, Ron Johnson.
Rogers says over 10 million Canadians now have access to Pro On-the-Go, which is also available in Greater Vancouver, Greater Toronto, select areas of southwestern Ontario and Ottawa. More Canadian markets are coming this year.
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